The project includes three stakeholder committees to provide input to the project team. They will make recommendations on:

  • Draft Purpose and Need, range of alternatives and scope of the Environmental Impact Statement
  • Refinement of alternatives
  • Evaluation criteria and measures
  • Selection of the preferred alternative
  • Selection of a bridge type

Meeting materials are posted in the Project Library.

Community Task Force

The Community Task Force brings together a range of stakeholder interests and needs from the broader community. Its discussion will include input gathered from specific groups, populations, representative bodies and advocacy organizations. 

The CTF is made up of members who applied to join and were selected to meet a number of criteria.

Learn more about the Community Task Force.

Policy Group

The Policy Group is a committee of agency and elected leaders assembled to weigh in on the environmental review process and results, and provide guidance based on their jurisdiction’s mission and long-term plans.

Learn more about the Policy Group.

Senior Agency Staff Group

The Senior Agency Staff Group is a committee that represents a variety of agencies and elected officials. Members provide their individual technical insights and agency perspectives.

Learn more about the Senior Agency Staff Group.

Feasibility Study Committees

The feasibility study phase included three stakeholder committees. Project stakeholder committees provided input to the project team as they worked through the process of narrowing a comprehensive list of Willamette River crossing concepts to a short list of alternatives.

Learn more about the feasibility study committees.